“Dogs have an extraordinary capacity to make our lives better in ways we couldn’t have imagined only a few decades ago, from detecting cancers to telling us when there’s a diabetic high or low. [At Canine Assistants, dogs are trained to help people when an epileptic seizure occurs; about 90% of them learn on their own to predict seizures.] “Learning how dogs are able to do these things can be lifesaving. What’s most extraordinary, dogs seem to want to help us.” – Jennifer Arnold, author of In a Dog’s Heart, founder/CEO of Canine Assistants. From USA Weekend, Dec 23-25, 2011 – Steve Dale.
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